How long does it take to get over your best friend hooking up with your sister's ex (and the father of your niece)? Kylie Jenner has had four months now to process the Jordyn Woods and Tristan Thompson cheating scandal that consumed the internet back in February, and the pain of betrayal hasn't totally gone away yet, Us Weekly is reporting.
The young billionaire is embracing her new best friends. “Kylie keeps those in her intimate circle very close," an insider told the outlet before taking a jab at Woods. "Kylie’s friends support her by being faithful and trustworthy, which Jordyn proved not to be. Kylie is still very hurt and disappointed by Jordyn’s actions and her decision making. It completely shattered Kylie for a bit and left her feeling very conflicted.”
Woods's cheating scandal isn't the only one that shook Jenner. Jenner was also troubled by rumors her boyfriend Travis Scott was cheating back in March. Jenner at the time allegedly found some "overly-friendly" DMs on his phone that she believed to be suspect and accused Scott of infidelity.
But they're doing great now, a second source told the outlet. Scott and Jenner are “doing very well as a couple, considering the rumors that were floating around about Travis cheating.” The accusations were “very difficult for Kylie at first,” the source said, but she “trusts Travis completely.”
Us Weekly's update comes 10 days after People reported about Jenner's new friend circle. “As sad as the Jordyn situation has been for Kylie, she has also been forced to make new friendships,” People's source said. “Some of the girls on her [Kylie Skin Turks and Caicos] trip, used to be more like acquaintances, but they are now great friends.”
Alyssa Bailey News and Strategy Editor Alyssa Bailey is the news and strategy editor at ELLE.com, where she oversees coverage of celebrities and royals (particularly Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton).